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Keyshia Cole, Michelle Williams Make Up, K. Michelle & Elle Varner Collab

It was back in February when Keyshia Cole took to Twitter to express her disdain towards Michelle Williams during the Super Bowl Half Time performance. Beyonce was the headlining act and she brought out Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland for the Destiny's Child medley. Keyshia's words in regards to Michelle's performance sparked a lot of controversy and debate with fans and critics alike. Well I am happy to report that all has been resolved by the two women. Last week Michelle Williams spoke out and said she wanted to have a sit down, woman to woman with Keyshia Cole. Keyshia reached out via Twitter and apologized to Michelle for the comments she made. Michelle also apologized! Well there you go!

Two other women in the news today is a bit of an unlikely pair, K. Michelle and Elle Varner. The two were in the studio via Instavid where they playfully danced around, is said to be working on a collaboration as well as an upcoming VH1 reality show.

In other K. Michelle news the singer is already hard at work on album #2. Her new album Rebellious Soul was just released last month.

Speaking of collaborations, Jeremih and Ashanti were just in the studio and posted a pic via Instagram. The two collaborated for a track said to appear on the oft-delayed album BraveHeart. Ashanti was recently in the studio as well with Fabolous and Ryan Leslie. Let's just hope we get to hear some of this of these days.
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